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to the dispatcher on the way. >> en route they told us the baby had already been delivered. when we were pulling out, they said the head is showing. >> yes, i was. i was very happy to see them. at that point i don't think i could have made it to my car. >> reporter: baby richard has become somebody of a celebrity here at united medical center. everybody wants to hear the story of how he came into the world. jackie bensen, news4. >>> with the help of hero daddy. >>> well, what's the truth about grilled foods and cancer? still ahead on news4 this week, we debunk the myths about your favorite summertime foods. and why one man who's heifer in a sip of alcohol in his life is hoping that red wine can hold the key to curing his alzheimer' our cloud is not soft and fluffy. our cloud is made of bedrock. concrete. and steel. our cloud is the smartest brains combating the latest security threats. it spans oceans, stretches continents. and is scalable as far as the mind can see. our cloud is the cloud other clouds look up to. welcome to the uppernet. >>> a $10 million grant is going to help connect some of our
use cabs. >> it actually will relieve the taxpayers completely for paying for the operation of the taxicab commission. >> reporter: and for the first time, the new equipment will also will let the taxi commission gather gps data whether cabs are ignoring parts of the city or taking roots to boost fares. taking routes to boost fares. in the district, tom sherwood, news4. >>> it's worth noting that the gps tracking feature has not been popular with cab drivers. >>> well, winning the lottery has practically become a routine for one arlington man. joseph sylvester recently won $100,000 in the lottery's cash 5 game, for the second time in three months. sylvester used easy pick, and he let the computer randomly select his numbers. there's no word yet on how he plans to use the latest winnings. when he won the first time, he used that money to pay bills and he bought a new truck. well, go ahead. >>> can you tell the difference between a real gun and a fake? the po potential for confusion has local police waving a red flag about the dangers of toy weapons. jim handly explains the se
responders use during 911 calls. users can include information about addresses, phone numbers, medical conditions, family members, even information about their pets. the city's fire and ems chief says it will be extremely helpful in those panic situations that come up. the new service is free it is and available in 34 different languages. smart >>> it has caused frustration and outrage according to the police department and now an officer has been placed on desk duty for allegedly about shooting first lady michelle obama. here's more on the fallout. >> reporter: the secret service is investigating. sources told me an officer overheard the comment and told a lieutenant in the department. the d.c. police officer is in hot water for allegedly threatening first lady michelle obama. according to secret service, it was made during wednesday morning's roll call. it handles presidential and dignitary motorcades. the d.c. police chief will me, there is conflicting information about what the officer said. internal affairs will get to the bottom of it. according to the "washington post,"
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